The yellow boxed characters translate as "Pine." Chinese is read, of course, from right to left. The two long columns in the
middle of this page are the text for the three-character section title ("K'UN-SHAN STONE") in the fourth column from the right side of the page.
David, Sir Percival Chinese Connoisseurship: The Ko Ku Yao Lun (New York and Washington: Praeger; 1971), Image 48a,
after pg. 294 of text, with English translation on pg. 159.